Kath was creative producer for Intimate Exposure, a curated dance and dance film event, presented in partnership with The Substation in September-October 2010, during Melbourne Fringe. In response to the theme/title and The Substation’s atmospheric gallery spaces, Carlee Mellow created a trio work – ‘Simmer’ – for dancers Sara Black, Paula Lay and Madeleine Krenek; Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal, Amelia McQueen and Bilwa Costa (USA) created a suite of interlinked solo and duo works – ‘Soft Targets’.
These live works were created in situ during two periods July-September. Dianne Reid’s films ‘she sleeps’ and ‘magnificent sadness’ were installed into the space and incorporated into the flow of the event. Bluebottle managed lighting design and production. ‘Intimate Exposure’ was The Substation’s first foray into contemporary dance and its first commissioned performance piece.
Melbourne Fringe Festival
30 September to 09 October 2010
View Alison Croggon’s review on Theatrenotes